Practica musicae (Gaffurius, Franchinus)
Brescia: B. Misinta - A. Britannico, 1502.
Brescia: Angeli Britannici, 1508.
Venice: Agostino Zani, 1512.
|Work Title||Practica musicae|
|Alternative Title||Practica musicae utriusque cantus|
According to Grove Music, this includes "a discussion of Ambrosian chant . . . Book 2, on notation, includes sections on poetic feet as related to musical rhythm and a survey of notation, beginning with Greek rhythmic symbols. The book on counterpoint is quite brief, laying stress on rules; unlike Tinctoris's treatise it addresses the composer more than the singer. Book 4, on proportions, seems intended to outdo Tinctoris, with proportions as abstruse as 19:4 illustrated in musical examples."